Ted Kennedys Dead

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Fcuk him! Complete to55er of an individual. :x

Sad part is we'll have to listen to them waffling on about him and the other Kennedy tw@ts on the tele for weeks... :twisted:
 
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BiscuitsAB said:
OPPO said:
Fcuk him! Complete to55er of an individual. :x

Sad part is we'll have to listen to them waffling on about him and the other Kennedy tw@ts on the tele for weeks... :twisted:
Ah the kennedys proof you can turn a sows ear into a silk purse.
One that is riddled with cancer and dead.
 
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OPPO said:
Fcuk him! Complete to55er of an individual. :x

Sad part is we'll have to listen to them waffling on about him and the other Kennedy tw@ts on the tele for weeks... :twisted:
Between that and Micheal Jackson's murder,I'll be watching a lot more porn!... :twisted:
 
#6
I've not sworn at the telly so loudly as I did this morning seeing the BBC show Gordon Brown clip where he praised Kennedy.

Also:
Mr Blair said Mr Kennedy had inspired devotion and respect around the world and highlighted the role he played in helping negotiate a lasting peace in Northern Ireland.

"He was a true public servant committed to the values of fairness, justice and opportunity.

"I saw his focus and determination first hand in Northern Ireland where his passionate commitment was matched with a practical understanding of what needed to be done to bring about peace and to sustain it."

Former Labour foreign secretary Lord Owen said Mr Kennedy had his flaws but he had made a key contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process.

He told the BBC that Mr Kennedy had initially been regarded by the UK as an apologist for the IRA but had changed his position and worked tirelessly "behind the scenes" to help broker peace.

"He saw, from our point of view, the necessity of dealing with this problem and he put his weight behind it," Lord Owen said.

"His influence on the peace process and his influence on successive US presidents, in particular on President Clinton, was absolutely crucial."
Fuck off you know-nothing knobcheeses
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

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Grownup_Rafbrat said:
BiscuitsAB said:
Grownup_Rafbrat said:
Can I refer the honourable gentlemen to this thread?

http://www.arrse.co.uk/Forums/viewtopic/t=131783.html

I prefer the name ;-)
Ah yes but that thread is in CA and should therefore reflect the ethos of that forum where as this thread is in the NAAFI ..... you get my drift I'm sure :)
Ah, I see your point. Mr. Biscuits. Carry on!
Very kind :) however I also accept your point as the thread in CA has certainly tbecomeNAAFI bar'esque. :wink:
 
#13
Was he getting a ride home at the time?
 
#14
Hope Ted packed his summer clothes & likes Pineapples

I hear its quite warm where he's is now........
 
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All over the world, millions of women who can't swim breathe a sigh of relief....
 
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cbgramc said:
Shot is natural cause in that family, shame he broke the family tradition !!
http://www.infoplease.com/spot/kennedytimeline.html

Plane crashes feature quite heavily too. Along with car accidents and cancer. Seems Teddy missed out when his plane crashed, leaving him time to drown Mary Jo, help Irish terrorists and die a painful death from cancer.

The only one you have to feel sorry for is the eldest daughter who was lobotomised.
 
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BambiBasher

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Grownup_Rafbrat said:
The only one you have to feel sorry for is the eldest daughter who was lobotomised.
They wanted her on the same intellectual level as her siblings.
 

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